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Julie Lineback

Julie Lineback has had something to say from the beginning. Yesterday’s blank books and pencils have evolved into today’s laptops and Google Docs, and the stories have changed from a schoolgirl’s daydreams to those of cutting-edge research and academics in UWG’s College of Arts and Humanities and the College of Education. Originally from East Tennessee, Julie's career started in 2000, after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. While serving as a communications specialist at Oak Ridge Associated Universities, she received an award of quality from the Public Relations Society of America, the world’s largest public relations organization, for her work on a catalog. She also worked as a website editor, copywriter and search engine specialist for BellSouth, where she was a certified Google AdWords Professional. She joined UWG in August 2006.

UWG brings back Hackathon for young tech enthusiasts

Do you or someone you know like to create or design stuff? How about using technology to...

Stewart to lead UWG’s Center for Student Involvement and Inclusion

April Wood Stewart wants to change the way people think about student engagement.  And...

Retired Veteran graduating with art degree from UWG

Veteran Deperlene Reid’s life so far has been bookended by passions instilled in her as a child:...

UWG’s Wolfie featured in new children’s book

Photo by Julie Mothersole The University of West Georgia’s larger-than-life mascot, Wolfie, has teamed up with some of...

UWG art professor’s legacy lives on in scholarship

If there was one word John Stenger would use to describe his late stepfather, the beloved University...

Featured on Jeopardy: UWG alum’s quest for knowledge crosses generations

Answer: This educational nonprofit in Atlanta – led by a University of West Georgia alumnus – recently...

Finding her calling: UWG psychology student volunteers time at university’s pre-K

One simple assignment at the University of West Georgia led Nyah Jordan toward her future career.

Wolf bound: New UWG, WGTC articulation agreement solidifies solidarity for student...

UWG Media The University of West Georgia and West Georgia Technical College recently signed a new articulation agreement that will...

Nursing Alumna Recognized for “Swift” work during Pandemic

Provided by UWG Media “Dear Britta, I wanted to write to you and personally thank you for serving...

Ila begins as UWG’s inaugural vice president for innovation and research

A young Dr. Daryush Ila would often become frustrated in his rocket club, charmingly known as the...